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The day book. [volume] (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 07, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 13

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BETTY BROWN'S DANCE FROCK
IT IS TRANSPARENT
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Did you ever expect to see Betty
Brown in such a flimsy, whimsy dress
as this? All the girls are wearing
them and I simply had to have a
transparent dancing frock?
It's made of heliotrope striped
voile, and light tan daphne silk em
broidered with gold thread is used Id
the bodice. The band around the bot
tom of the skirt is purple voile and
ribbon of the same soft shade, make
the collar and girfle. Betty Brown.
NEW THEATER STAR 'WIFE OF
NOTED EDITOR
Theatergoers know her as Ida Rau,
but in private life the leading woman
at the new "Band-Box" Theater,
New York, is the wife of Max East
man, editor and poet.
- TODAY'S TESTED RECIPE
By Caroline Coe
Cabbage Soup Wash and chop y
head of cabbage (medium size), 3
onions, 3 carrots, 2 small turnips, a
bunch of parsley,, 2 leeks and 3 pota
toes; put all in sauce pan with 2
tablespoonfuls of melted crisco and 3
quarts of water. Simmer slowly un
til all vegetables are soft.
Add to the soup 1 pint of hpiling
water and 4 tablespoonfuls of rice.
Boil rapidly for 25 minutes. Add salt
to taste and serve with anchovy
waters.
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SURE RULE
"How can they tell when a woman
is only shoDping."
"When they intend to buy they ask
to see something cheaper. When
they're shopping they ask if you
haven't something more expensive in
j stock,'rLouiswIIe CourtexrJournaL
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